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2011 at an event for his boss, former congresswoman gabby giffords. mr. zimmerman was one of six people killed in the tucson, arizona, shooting. gabby giffords and her husband, mark kelly, attended this one out a thin. we hear from house speaker john boehner, nancy pelosi, and arizona senator jeff flake. good afternoon, everyone. welcome to the united states capitol. before we begin our program, all of you know about the tragedy in boston that took the lives of innocent americans and left many others in serious condition. so if you at all rise and join together in a moment of silence for the victims of this attack. thank you all. pursuant to house resolution 364, the house visitor center room 215 of the capitol visitor center has been designated to gabriel zimmerman meeting were. they are placing commemorative plaque that you all season. this meeting and is dedicated in memory of gabe zimmerman who was shot and killed serving the people of arizona, while carrying out his duties as an aide to representative gabby giffords. his dedication to community and to the democratic process inspire
in the head but gabbie giffords still appreciates guns. we vn exclusive interview. >>> a cancer survivor in trouble for this license plate. what do you think it means? you mere in the "cnn newsroom," i'm don lemon. >>> we're going to beginning with united states and china. this is the face-to-face visit that produced. this is the secretary of state john kerry on a diplomatic tresz in china. it's his first time in china in his position and he says no more threats back an forth. he wants a peaceful solution. what's the bigger headline here, that the u.s. sand china are in agreement or that china is creating some distance from north korea. >> reporter: it is absolutely that china is taking the slight step away from north korea. china is the hand that feeds north korea. it is the reason why north korea can exist. what the united states has focused on is if china can go ahead an use its powerful hand to slap north korea, then there will be peace in the region. that was the goal for john kerry. this visit critical for keemg peace in the region. listen to what john kerry said. >> we both stated
stunning escape. >> stronger, stronger is better. tougher. >>> that's how gabby giffords describes herself two years after being shot in the head. her recovery continues, but a new battle is just beginning. cnn's exclusive interviews with the former congresswoman. >>> it's the rant that rattled the sports world. what kobe a bript said on facebook about the injury that could end his career. >>> it's sunday, april 14th, good morning. i'm alison kosik. >>> and we begin this morning just hours away from north korea's most important holiday of the year, april 15th is the birthday of the country's founder kim il-sung. he died 18 years ago. now his grandson, kim jung-un has southeast asia and the world on threat. many wonder if he'll use his grandfather's birthday to make good on the explosive rhetoric. i'm joined by jim clancy. jim, any evidence at this point that the holiday could be the day that north korea puts its military might on display? >> no, there's no indication of that whatsoever. the rhetoric has been toned down. you know, in fact, the news of the hour is that as we have been waitin
york times." gabby giffords. now it's time for lawrence o'donnell reporting from boston. have a great night. >>> today the gun lobbyists at the nra got what they wanted on the floor of the united states senate and tonight lobbyists from the nra have made it harder for the fbi to find the murderer who planted the bombs here in boston. >> the investigation into monday's bombing in boston intensifies. >> there's a lot of information flying around right now. >> we've heard conflicting information. >> various media accounts right now as to whether or not someone is in custody. >> a suspect is about to be arre arrested. >> i have just been told that an arrest has been made. >> we are not comfortable reporting that. >> several law enforcement officers have told us that hasn't happened. >> on the record, there's been no arrests in the boston bombings case. >> here is what we actually know. >> investigators have identified solid leads from video evidence. >> investigators have obtained video. >> surveillance video specifically from a department store. >> the person placing a black bag down nea
of newtown, araurora, and people like gabby giffords deserve a vote. and now they are going to deny a vote? you deserve better than that. you deserve a vote. [ cheers and applause ] >> obama: now, look we new from the beginning of this debate that change would not be easy. we knew there would be powerful interests that are very good at confusing the subject; that are good at amplifying conflict and extremes, that are good at drowning out rational debate, good at ginning up irrational fears, all of which stands in the way of progress, but if our history teaches us anything, then it's up to us, the people to stand up to those who say we can't or we won't. stand for the change that we need. [ cheers and applause ] >> obama: and -- and -- and i believe that that's what the american people are looking for. you know, when i first ran for this office, i said that i did not believe the country was divided as our politics would suggest, and i still believe that. [ applause ] >> obama: i know sometimes when you watch cable news or talk radio, or your browse the internet, you
and now the fbi is involved. >>> later, an exclusive with gabby giffords. how far has she come? let's go "outfront." >>> and good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. tonight we have breaking news. an imminent threat. new u.s. intelligence shows that north korea has now likely completed all launch preparations and the missile test could be, quote, imminent. pyongyang is warning foreigners to leave south korea immediately. as again you're standing there seeing how people respond, are they taking the threat seriously? >> reporter: yes, to a certain extent. and here's why. because this sort of threat levied directly at foreign visitors to south korea, this is a little more rare than all of the other threats. that is ratcheting up of a psychological warfare. foreign visitors aren't used to be directly spoken to by the north korean officials. i can tell you that while they're paying attention, they're not alarmed. i did speak with one american visitor who's here on business. she says she took the unusual step of registering with the u.s. embassy. but she says it didn't stop her from traveling
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with gabby giffords. >> in your recovery process, do you want to find and discover the old gabby giffords or do you want to sort of rediscover another new gabby giffords? >> stronger. stronger, better, tougher. >>> our third story "outfront," bourdain is back. he's a chef and probably better known as an author and a tv host. now, you have seen him over the world, libya to cuba and congo. that's where he's been for cnn. anthony and i chatted recently about the new show, called "parts unknown" and his life before he got here to the big red. he's not shy. >> sorry. were you smooching at? [ bleep ]. >> anthony bourdain is famous for ferocious insults and four-letter words. no strange tore the world's most exotic locations and dishes. yeah. that's a camel. sure wouldn't be my favorite and bourdain doesn't hold back about what he doesn't like either. >> warthog, that's a take one for the team situation. >> and he's passionate about the things he loves. >> beer, explosives and food? can't beat that. >> bourdain wasn't always on the move. the new jersey-born food enthusiast was a line cook for 30
of our interview with gabby giffords. "piers morgan live" starts now. piers? >>> we have much more coming up on gabby giffords with one of her closest friends, florida congresswoman debbie wassermann schultz. i want to welcome my studio audience and you at home, taking your questions and comments. we begin with the breaking news on north korea. pyongyang could launch a missile any minute now with absolutely no warning. i talked to a woman who knows just how dangerous and unpredictable the regime could be. she was held prisoner for 140 days, only got out when bill clinton intervened. euna lee is here along with cnn was chief international correspondent, christiane amanpour. i want to go to kyung lah in seoul. what is the latest? i believe it's now tomorrow as far as we're concerned where you are, which means this could be the day that a missile is unleashed. is that your belief it will happen today? >> reporter: that's the belief of the south korean presidential office. they believe that because april 10th is the date that's been cited by pyongyang in a couple of other bulletins, they real
zimmerman. he was an aid to congresswoman gabby giffords. she was shot in the shooting in january 2011 where congresswoman gabby giffords was shot. he was killed trying to protect gabby giffords. senator flake showed up, spoke alongside gabby giffords and mark kelly at that event. these two spent the day rallying for the background check on capitol hill. jeff flake will block it from even getting voted on, thus far at least. the republican filibuster is due for its test tomorrow afternoon. watch this. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] this is a reason to look twice. this is a stunning work of technology. the 2013 lexus es and the first-ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. governor of getting it done. you know how to dance... with a deadline. and from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle... and go. you can even take a full-size or above, and still pay the mid-size price. this is awesome. [ male announcer ] yes, it is, business pro. yes, it is. go national. go like a pro. yes, it is. are you still sleeping? just wanted to check and make sur
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his wife, gabby giffords. he's firing and she's cheering him on. dana bash spoke with them about how they reconciled their fight for gun control with their love for guns and their ownership of that particular gun. >>> also tonight, a custody battle that began in louisiana, ended in cuba. it's happening right now. call it elliott gonzalez in reverse, if you will. none of the players are cuban except that is the authorities in havana who just decided what to do with the american family who have landed on their shore with two little boys that they have kidnapped. >>> we begin with the breaking news tonight, the white house now saying that north korea launching one of their ballistic missiles quote, could be imminent. also word that pyongyang and washington were talking secretly just days before this showdown began. kyung lah is in seoul, south korea monitoring those developments as well as a sharp threat from the north today. this possible ballistic missile test, what do we know about it? >> reporter: well, we know all eyes are on the east coast of north korea, where the launch could be
you for being here. you're working long hours these days. >>> still ahead, gabby giffords chief of staff here for the interview and then the background on the massive explosion in texas. we have important background on that story ahead. most people think that after an accident, you'll have to pay five hundred bucks for your deductible. the truth? at allstate, you could pay zero. allstate gives you a hundred dollars off your deductible the day you sign up. then another hundred off every year you don't have an accident. let the good hands reward your safe driving with a deductible that goes away. ♪ deductible rewards. one more way you're in good hands with allstate. ♪ we didn't have u-verse back in my day. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you know you couldn't just pause a show in one room, then... where was i... you couldn't pause a show in one room then start playing it in another. and...i'm talking to myself... [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >>> whatever it was you felt when th
loughner the man who shot gabby giffords and others and another was a family member of a virginia tech victim. that is the kind of emotion you're seeing still it didn't really seem to get the senators, the ones they needed to get across the aisle. the reason you got a whole bunch of different reasons from some being lobbied. senator heler of nevada said he thinks it is too much paperwork and wouldn't get to the heart of the goal which was to be to curb gun violence. you saw jeff flake from arizona, very close with gabby giffords, they were lobbying him hard and he said this goes too far. some of those kinds of statements. let me tell you the raw politics. that is that there are a number of issues before the senate that some senators are going to have to take tough votes on. immigration reform and maybe not a vote but often times in terms of a position gay marriage. there is a feeling that some of these kind of middle of the roaders on the republican and democratic side decided this issue, this gun issue, there was too much risk and not enough reward to go ahead dean fi the nra lobby er
in aurora, so were the worshippers in oak creek. so was gabby giffords. she was at a supermarket listening to the concerns of her constituents. they were exactly where they were supposed to be. they were also exercising their rights, so assemble peacefully, to worship freely and safely. they were exercising the rights of liberty and pursuit of happiness. so surely we can reconcile those two things. surely america doesn't have to be divided between rural and damage krat and republican when it comes to something like this. if you're an american and want to do something to keep from knowing the immeasure able anguish, now is the time for everybody to make their voices heard, from every statehouse to the corridors of congress. and i'm asking everyone listening today, find out where your member of congress is on this. if they are not part of the 90% of american who is agree on background check, then ask them, why not? why wouldn't you want to make it easier for law enforcement to do their job? why wouldn't you want to make it harder for a dangerous person to get his or her hands on a gun? what'
for responsible solutions, which is the gun reform group formed by gabby giffords and mark kelly released support for the bill put forth today, and it was a statement of support, but it ended with a warning that this group would communicate directly with the constituents of senators if they try to block debate on the bill. when gabby giffords and mark kelly formed the group back in january, they did it with the expressed purpose of taking on the nra, that was their reason, they said, for existing. now they are issuing warnings to lawmakers who do the gun lobby's bidding. the families of the kids and educators who died in the newtown massacre were also back on capitol hill today in person for a second day meeting with lawmakers. when, after meeting with the families today, senator joe manchin, who you see in this room, was asked how the families have impacted this debate, senator manchin got very emotional, was unable to answer, all he could say is i'm a parent, i'm a grandparent. in the debate over gun laws in this country, the professional gun lobby is no longer the only side. certainly, not the
in his presidency. he's trying to move it. he's gotten help from mike bloomberg and gabby giffords and some of the newtown family members here. they had a few democrat who is voted no. they lost some republicans who they thought might come over on their side. and so it is not clear to me again whether or not they're just engaging in some sort of never say die cheerleading on this issue. and hoping against hope or whether there's a particular strategy that would be designed to get it across the finish line. but remember, there will be gun legislation even in the absence of that proi guess. there's gun trafficking, mental health provisions moving through. so they've got a ways to go. the president still seems to think he can effect the bigger issue of background checks. >> thank you john harwood in d.c. we're awaiting president obama to make a statement on gun violence. we'll bring that right after this break. stay tuned. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ the new blackberry z10. with time shift and blackberry balance. built to keep you moving. see it in action at but at xerox we
for the update from augusta. >>> gabby giffords survived being shot in the head but she still has a deep appreciation for guns. >> aiming for my pot. whoa. >> we'll take to you target practice as the former congresswoman cheers on her husband. >> this is the same kind of gun gabby was shot with, a glock, a .9 millimeter glock. welcnew york state, where cutting taxes for families and businesses is our business. we've reduced taxes and lowered costs to save businesses more than two billion dollars to grow jobs, cut middle class income taxes to the lowest rate in sixty years, and we're creating tax free zones for business startups. the new new york is working creating tens of thousands of new businesses, and we're just getting started. to grow or start your business visit we believe it can be the most valuable real estate on earth. ♪ that's why we designed our newest subaru from the back seat forward. introducing the all-new, completely restyled subaru forester. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. >>> as we cover the on going battle over new gun regulations, a powerful
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caught up with mark kelly the husband of shooting victim gabby giffords about his renewed support for gun control. >> reporter: after speaking about his final mission with space endeavor and his wife gabby giffords, mark kelly spoke to us about the gun control bill. families forever changed in newton also spoke today. >> my sister pushed the kids up against the wall out of the sight if you look into her class, my sister grabbed her keys to lock her door, and that's when he came in the room. my sister was not a coward. she protected her kids, at the same time protecting us. >> reporter: kelly say it is fight will continue. >> we are raising millions and millions of the dollars and we will try to educate the public on not only how their member of congress voted but how they feel about this issue. we're not going away. >> reporter: that sentiment echoed by bay area members of moms demand action. they tell me they plan to thank the legislators who supported the amendments. and put pressure on those who did not. in san francisco, cara liu, ktvu channel 2 news. >>>. -- the curtains close at an
of the john mccain of 2000. he was out there saying this is the right thing to do. gabby giffords was shot. she's my friend. and there were still not enough republicans to do it. you ask them privately and they say it's not an easy vote to take and they said the house isn't going to pass this anyway so why should i vote for it gr it wasn't just republicans. there were key democrats. >> four democrats voted no, but even if all four voted for it they still would not have the 60 votes. the house probably not doing it was at least one explainer why some senate republicans thought it was easier to vote against it. >> what does this say about the president's possible domestic legislative agenda for the rest of his term? he's got three and a half years left. this is an issue it's background checks, not the other part of the package-- had 90% support. if he can't get this through what can he get through? >> that's a good question. we'll see that coming up on immigration. immigration is the next up. the bill was introduced this week as well as everything else was going on. people think immigration
, a surprising moment from our exclusive interview with gabbi giffords. gun control advocate, gun violence victim and gun owner. also, we will talk about the death of margaret thatcher with former first lady nancy reagan. i will talk with mrs. reagan in just a few minutes. >>> later this hour, beyonce and jay-z in cuba for a wedding anniversary vacation. the question is are they actually breaking u.s. law by being there? again, we begin with the breaking news that could drastically affect president obama's big push on gun control legislation. bipartisan talks tonight on background checks. if you look at the polls, extending background checks to cover all gun buyers is popular, very popular among democrats, republicans, gun owners, even some members of the national rifle association. yet dana bash reporting tonight that congress which came back today from a two-week recess shows little sign of doing what as many as 90% of americans say they want in that regard. so tonight, after speaking in hartford, connecticut, president obama brought a number of newtown families back to washington on air force
, a limit on high-capacity ammunition and stronger gun trafficking provisions. former congresswoman gabby giffords was nearly killed more than two years ago by a man with a gun. although brain injuries make speaking difficult for her, giffords has become an active spokeswoman for new restrictions on guns. ironically she has not lost her love of guns. target practice - is still a form of entertainment at her mothers house -- in arizona. giffords' husband mark kelly uses pots and water bottles as targets - while giffords watches from the patio with her mother, cheering him on. reporter dana bash spoke to kelly. >> "this is the same kind of gun gabby was shot with a glock. a 9mm glock but in that case it had a magazine that held 33 rounds. this when its full holds 17, he shot 33 rounds. every round hit somebody, we think. >> "how long have you had this gun?" >> "i gave this to gabby as a gift." >> "when?" >> "a number of years ago. she's a gun owner. she's from the west." giffords and kelly argue that because of their love of guns, they have more credibility in their fight to expand backgrou
. we're watching people walk out to the rose garden. there's gabby giffords who was badly wounded with a head wound back when she was pretty much assassinated, attempted as nation. then you see the father of one of the young kids who was killed. they're all coming out to speak. here they are. >> just four months ago, my wife jackie and i lost our son. and our children, james and natalie, they lost their little brother, daniel. daniel was a first grader at sandy hook elementary school. our sweet 7-year-old daniel was one of 20 children, 6 adults lost on december 14th. i have to say, it feels like it was just yesterday. in our deepest grief, we were supported by the love of our families and comforted by the love and prayers we received from millions of america. from every corner of the coun y country. what happened in newtown can happen anywhere. in any instant. any dad in america could be in my shoes. no one should feel the pain. no one should feel our pain or the pain felt by the tens of thousands of people who've lost loved ones to senseless gun violence. and that's why we're he
, arizona, the one that wounded congresswoman gabby giffords and six others. she grabbed the magazine out of the shooter's hand as he was trying to reload the weapon and that prevented him from inflicting any more carnage and he was subdued. that same patricia maisch was inside the senate chamber today as the gun reform legislation was moved into defeat. patricia maisch, thank you for being here. >> thank you, it's an honor to be here. >> did you know you were going to exclaim like that? >> i actually hoped i wouldn't have reacted in that way. i was just so angry after working monday and tuesday and part of today talking to senators about our experiences and how the second amendment can be preserved, as well as have this public health and safety issue taken care of, or attempted to stem the tide of violence with guns. >> i know that you were part of meetings with senators and their staffs. you've been here all week long doing that. when you were in those meetings, and i guess now reflecting back on what happened today with the filibuster, could you tell if you were having an impact, what
of the most prominent gun violence victims in recent years. former representative gabby giffords published a blistering editorial in "the new york times" where she called out the senate gun bills' opponents as cowards and i quote... and where the courage issue was concerned, one of the background checks bills' sponsors, west virginia senator, joe manchin, clearly seemed to agree. >> things don't go right in any election i get to go home. i get to go home to my family, my children, my grandchildren. i can't figure out when the facts are right in front of you to do what you need to do. >> john: families of the sandy hook shooting victims lobbied congress with the support of the white house. including the school-age siblings of 7-year-old daniel barden who died at sandy hook. >> i feel that we owe it to daniel because his life needs to mean something. >> he was just so thoughtful and he thought about everybody. he was always happy. >> john: kentucky senator rand paul who voted against the gun bills said wednesday he thought the families were being used. >> i know they're coming voluntarily. t
. it is appointment and anger over the defeat of every single gun bill. mark kell and gabby giffords are furious, and they are holding a news conference. if giffords comes to the microphone we'll have that for you, and the president and first lady are coming here to boston where in an hour an interfaith memorial service will be held to honor the victims of the marathon bombing. a major break potentially in this case. investigators want to talk to two people that they have pinpointed on surveillance video from a department store tape. we'll be covering all these stories for you today, but let's begin in texas where we're waiting for a news conference at top of the next hour on that massive deadly explosion at a fertilizer plant. it has leveled several blocks of homes and businesses. here's what we know. 5 to 15 people have been killed. rescue teams are still going door to door looking for survivors, possibly trapped inside their homes. three to five fire fighters who were among the first to respond are missing. more than 160 people have been taken to local hospitals, and president obama has opini
friends with gabby giffords last year, my good friend, larine jobs introduced me to gabby and mark and we instantly became friends. my wife and i started doing work on gabby and mark's effort which was then the institute for civil discourse but has now converted to being more active on the violence issues in america. because we are friends, i invited mark and gabby to our home for our holiday party, which coincidentally was on december 14th. when gabby arrived at my home and in my home that night, were literally the leaders of all of the great tech companies in the bay area. and we had our two great mayors, willie brown and ed lee. and the minute that they saw gabby they said ron, get everyone's attention here. we can make 200 people be quiet. we have to make a tribute to what happened today in sandy hook, and a tribute to gabby. and during that tribute which was pallpable, i could tell that the tech community was going to do something. and we did. on december 15th, we started an ad hoc committee of tech volunteers, many of them luminaries in the industry. and we convened three subcommitt
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